# What is it about strange men...???

hakima
General 21 Nov '14 01:56
1. 22 Nov '14 20:48
Originally posted by hakima
...and by strange, I mean odd...
'Odd' men never can be perfect, as far we know, yet they be more interesting
when they are in their prime. (This is a joke about mathematics.)
2. ChessPraxis
Cowboy From Hell
22 Nov '14 21:34
Originally posted by Duchess64
'Odd' men never can be perfect, as far we know, yet they be more interesting
when they are in their prime. (This is a joke about mathematics.)
How offensive and sexist. ðŸ˜²
3. 22 Nov '14 23:211 edit
Originally posted by ChessPraxis
How offensive and sexist. ðŸ˜²
If I have to explain my joke to the mathematically ignorant:
1) No perfect number is known to be odd.
2) Prime numbers are more interesting than odd numbers in general.
Almost all prime numbers (2 is the only exception) are odd.
4. ChessPraxis
Cowboy From Hell
22 Nov '14 23:411 edit
Originally posted by Duchess64
If I have to explain my joke to the mathematically ignorant:
1) No perfect number is known to be odd.
2) Prime numbers are more interesting than odd numbers in general.
Almost all prime numbers (2 is the only exception) are odd.
I got the joke, I learned about such things in a big building called a school.

But if the joke were about women, you'd get your panties in a bunch.
Time for you to think, and not about "how people are harassing women."

You didn't get my joke. ðŸ˜›
5. 22 Nov '14 23:492 edits
Originally posted by Suzianne to Hakima
Here's what I've learned in my short time on this planet.
ALL men are strange. The only difference is in the degree of their "strangeness".
"ALL men are strange. The only difference is in the degree of their 'strangeness'."
--Suzianne

So if two men differ in their 'strangeness' by 360 x N degrees (where N is
an integer), does that mean they must be equally strange? (maths joke)

There are six types of quarks (elementary particle): up, down, top, bottom,
charm, and strange. So what happens (no 'big bang'?) when a 'strange' and
a 'charm' quark see each other across a crowded nucleus? (physics joke)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quark
6. rookie54
free tazer tickles..
22 Nov '14 23:56
Originally posted by ChessPraxis
How offensive and sexist. ðŸ˜²
i am amazed at yer rude behavior...
and towards a dang duchess no less...
i'll see you before the cowboy board of ethics, morals, and clean jeans my good sir, and we WILL have yer hat removed...

ðŸ˜
7. 23 Nov '14 00:22
Originally posted by Duchess64
... Almost all prime numbers (2 is the only exception) are odd.
Making the number 2 .. the odd prime.
8. 23 Nov '14 00:431 edit
Originally posted by orangutan
Making the number 2 .. the odd prime.
2's not odd, perhaps eccentric, though she may be lonely.
9. ChessPraxis
Cowboy From Hell
23 Nov '14 01:19
Originally posted by rookie54
i am amazed at yer rude behavior...
and towards a dang duchess no less...
i'll see you before the cowboy board of ethics, morals, and clean jeans my good sir, and we WILL have yer hat removed...

ðŸ˜
When hats are outlawed only us outlaws will have hats. ðŸ˜•
10. ChessPraxis
Cowboy From Hell
23 Nov '14 01:20
Originally posted by rookie54
i am amazed at yer rude behavior...
and towards a dang duchess no less...
i'll see you before the cowboy board of ethics, morals, and clean jeans my good sir, and we WILL have yer hat removed...

ðŸ˜
I wuz good until the clean jeans part. Tomorrow's laundry day... we cool? ðŸ˜›
11. HandyAndy
23 Nov '14 02:12
Originally posted by Duchess64
There are six types of quarks (elementary particle): up, down, top, bottom,
charm, and strange. So what happens (no 'big bang'?) when a 'strange' and
a 'charm' quark see each other across a crowded nucleus? (physics joke)
One of them says, "Would you mind passing the gluon?"
12. wolfgang59
Quiz Master
23 Nov '14 05:10
Originally posted by Suzianne
Golf claps.
Is that what you caught off the back seat of a VW?
13. hakima
Illumination
23 Nov '14 07:05
Aw! Cowboys don't fight now...y'all know...you can leave your hat on... ;-)

http://youtu.be/uGBvbrXNjs0